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Georgia Guidestones


The Georgia Guidestones is a granite monument erected in March of 1980 in Elbert County, Georgia, in the United States. This unique monument, located close to the south Carolina and Georgia border, boasts the highest elevation point in the county. There is a striking similarity to a famous England monument, bestowing the nickname the American Stonehenge. Just like its counterpart, the Georgia Guidestones serve as a celestial clock. It is able to record the passage of time like a huge sundial and contains suggestions or directions that would lead humanity into an "age of reason”. The origin story of the Guidestones is cloaked in secrecy and riddle. A mysterious man using a pseudonym, R. C. Christian, brought about the construction of this infamous monument. R. C. Christian had many specifications for its development and the location, seeking a rural area away from crowds and tourists. Interestingly, the location is quietly near the area that Cherokee Indians refer to as "the center of the world."

The monument consists of four gigantic blue slabs of granite, a center stone, and a capstone. These rectangular stones contain a message that was sandblasted onto the monument. This message is meant for current and future generations as a guideline and survival manual for humanity's future. Some have interpreted the message as an end of days doomsday declaration. The inscription reads, "Let these be Guidestones to an age of reason," written in dead languages: Babylonian cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphics, Sanskrit, and classical Greek. The messages on the stone go on to elaborate on the areas in which humanity must direct their future for survival. The areas include governance and the establishment of a world government, population and reproduction control, the environment and humankind's relationship to nature, as well as spirituality. This part of the message is written in eight different modern languages Arabic, Chinese, English, Hebrew, Hindi, Russian, Spanish, and Swahili.

Many theories have arisen as to the meaning behind the principles written upon the stone. These theories are ever-growing and range from the beginning of a totalitarian tribal government, possible satanic teachings, and a message of culling the human race. The different interpretations vary greatly from those insisting on the site being holy while others proclaim it is a place of great evil. The Georgia Guidestones have ranked as the most enigmatic monuments located in the United States and have also been noted as one of history's unsolved mysteries. They are a towering mystery that has garnered much hate and devotion from those dedicated to discovering what these stones intended purposes are. The purposeful ambiguity is a tool used to continue to intrigue people and keep them talking or thinking about the principles as mentioned above. The main message probably serves as a wake-up call for humanity to consider its relationship to the world, nature, and to one another. Whether the Georgia Guidestones' messages should be taken seriously or regarded as fear-mongering, there's certain truths that are expressed throughout the message that humanity could benefit from.


That’s the basic of the Guidestones. There is also a time capsule next to it. You really have to wonder who knew something. I myself spent the night out there years ago and met with what seemed to be angelic creatures.


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